Olight continues to expand their cadre of excellent photonic offerings with further options, this time adding to their impressive duty light line. Who doesn’t love options?
Bike lights are a very lucrative and quickly growing segment of portable lighting. Every company seems to want to ensure their place in the rankings with at least one light designed for illuminating dark paths best traversed at speed on two wheels. Does NiteFighter have what it takes to set themselves apart amongst all the competition?
No longer simply the jurisdiction of miners and cavers, headlamps are becoming more common than ever. This particular model seems poised to increase that adoption rate and boost their popularity further than ever.
If you’re sick of constantly rotating batteries, or disassembling your lights to recharge, Olight might have the answer you’re looking for. Hope you’re looking for power though.
What magic is this? Now we no longer have to even touch our torches to control them? Olight brings wizardry to the darkness with the new H15S Wave.
Simplistic design is the staple of Lupine flashlights. The Betty TL is no exception to the rule. Their lights continue to impress electronically though.
A flashlight that is more computer than machine? You sir, are living in the future.
Bike lights and Flashlights rarely share the same limelight. Lupine, long known for making quality mounted bike lights, is continuing to delve into the handheld realm.
High power portable lighting, as many of you know, isn’t just the realm of flashlights. There are times that you need illumination when you don’t have your hands free for the use of your personal pocketlight. I can’t think of a more appropriate time than when you’re speeding down a bike trail (or blazing your own) during the dead of night.
Lupine has decided to re-join the fray by converting another one of their quality bike lights into a handheld flashlight. Once again, simplistic design outweighs flash and visual bravado. Does the Lupine focus still remain as consistently on quality as previously noted?